What is the Dark Web?
The Dark Web is the layer of the World Wide Web that is not indexed by search engines. It exists on darknets, networks that use the Internet, but require authorization and security tools to access. These tools include specific software and configurations that use encryption to anonymize web traffic.
Since the tools required to access Dark Web sites provide user-and-server anonymity, the Dark Web is often used for criminal activities. However, it is also used by legitimate businesses such as law enforcement organizations, cryptologists and journalists.
Who does the Dark Web affect?
Literally every Internet user. If you or your company have been part of a corporate or government hack, it is very likely that the stolen information is for sale on the Dark Web.
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